I’m Axel and I aim to create seamless digital experiences through utilization of user experiences and empathetic design.
A personalized COVID-19 travel essentials kit for flyers.
MeKit is designed so that flyers feel safe, seen, and secure when flying during COVID-19. Our solution provides customers with personalized travel kits, waiting at their seats. Each one of the several kits is tailored to a specific archetype, which flyers choose when they check-in. MeKit was created in order to spark joy in a time of uncertainty and chaos.
In the time of COVID-19, airlines and airports aimed to create a feeling of safety for travelers. This uncertainty impacted the emotional and physical well-being of flyers.
Flyers needed reassurance to feel safe while traveling. To provide reassurance, we researched how airlines can respond in a way that can ease their passengers’ anxiety and answer their uncertainty about air travel.
The solution was to create several essential kits based on different personalities. These kits include important safety items such as surgical mask packs, antiviral wipes, hand sanitizer, and portable soap sheets to name a few. Additionally, each kit includes unique extra items specific to each archetype. This allows flyers to experience a moment of joy receiving a special kit tailored to their travel personality and will help them on their journey.
An interactive Augmented experience at a public space.
ARt at grand park aims to create an interactive experience in an underused park in the center of the downtown district of Los Angeles. Visitors can upload or create digital art pieces that would live in a digital gallery accessed via a website. The Night event would aim to showcase popular art uploads via projections on popular LA historical buildings.
Creatives need more spaces to collaborate and engage with other like-minded creatives.
(1) Public spaces are catalysts for community creation. (2) Engaging personal networks to market the experience. (3) Creatives can utilize a public hybrid art platform. (4) Visitors will engage the park and we will augment their interaction.
The solution was to create a public website that is accessible by all for the visibility of uploaded art. There is also a mobile application to facilitate the uploading of art using augmented reality that aims to attract people to the physical park space. The third part of the solution was an audience directed event designed to attract donors and funds to the park.
Accessible education about tailoring education.
Aside from providing new fitting options we aim to discourage fast fashion, by showcasing the possibilities in tailoring. Shoppers return 5 to 10% of what they purchase in store, Along with creating unhappy customers, US returns alone create 5 billion pounds of landfill waste and 15 million tonnes of carbon emissions annually, equivalent to the amount of trash produced by 5 million people in a year, according to one estimate. Get Stitched starts by scanning in the user and creating an avatar. That allows them to customize and size their fit. By selecting the perfect fit from the start customers are less likely to return them for sizing issues.
40% of the retail market share is taken up by Gen Z & Millennial shoppers, 25% of people under 35 have used a tailor more than once in their lifetime.
(1) Most effective for small businesses. (2) Best for small retail environments. (3) Tablet used with front camera increases accessibility. (4) Engages young shoppers with local retailers and tailors
Let’s educate younger consumers on the benefits of tailoring their clothes so that they may reduce their carbon footprint and look good while doing it.